The Eastern Sierra Book Festival now has its own website. It can be found here.
SUNDAY, JULY 14, 2019
A FREE one-day celebration of books, reading, writing and publishing. Sign up for the email list here.
Games and festivities and food! Free books, and books for sale all day.
Meet the Authors! From 3-5 p.m. Chat and get books signed: Tim Alpers, David Woodruff, Robin Morning, David Carle, Debbie Boucher, Eva Poole-Gilson, Dean Rosnau, James Reed, Trevor Van Winkle, Heather Wolf, Greg Gutierrez, Jane Wehrey, Blair Lee, Charlotte Kaufman, Jennifer Crittenden, Irene Kritz, Stacey Powells, Judith L. Butler, and others
Be on the lookout for writer Mary Austin, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and Stephen Willard, renowned artist of the Eastern Sierra, as well as some Shakespearean characters.
Come as your favorite literary character, and let us guess who you are.
Story hour at 2 pm with new book Skierella and a drawing workshop.
Story hour at 11 a.m. with a librarian. Come hear a story.
Working Dogs of the Eastern Sierra will be there at 2 p.m. Come meet your heroes!
10:30 a.m. Chris Platt, Mono County Librarian: “Good Books Can Change Your Life, No Matter How Old You Are”
11:00 a.m. Panel: “What Do Booksellers Look for in a Book?” (Lynne Almeida, Jeff Gabriel, Heather Todd)
12:00 p.m. Joe Reidhead: “Update on Publishing Trends”
12:30 p.m. Panel: “How Did I Get My Book Published?” (Ann Gimpel, Trevor Van Winkle, Blair Lee)
1:30 p.m. A Surprise Visit from Mammoth’s Most Famous Artist, Stephen Willard
2-3 p.m. Story Hour with new book Skierella and a drawing workshop
2-3 p.m. Working Dogs of the Eastern Sierra
3-5 p.m. Meet the Authors!
Also, publishing resources will be available in the afternoon for authors.
Tables with resources for those who wish to write or publish available all day.
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At the Mammoth Museum at Hayden Cabin
5489 Sherwin Creek Rd, Mammoth Lakes, CA
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Sponsored by Whistling Rabbit Press and hosted by the Southern Mono Historical Society. Book sales will benefit the Mammoth Museum.